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 Eugene Souleiman is one
 of the most influential hair stylists today,
 a true visionary who inspires and sets the trends
 that other stylists follow.
 His sense of humour and unique way of looking at hair
 permeates every avant-garde style he creates.
 He especially thrives to push boundaries
 - taking risks with both colour and length
 and this is most prevalent in his hair sculptures.
 His endless stream of ideas and constant experimentation
 means he is continuously evolving and creating.
 "People should have fun with hair,”says Eugene
 It grows and changes all the time.
 And it’s only hair, really.”

 His career began in 1982, when by chance,
 a job placement centre led him to become
 an apprentice to a hairdresser.
 There was no turning back;
 Eugene had found his niche.
 He worked closely with Trevor Sorbie for nearly 10 years,
 learning the “Sassoon way”,
 before branching out to create cutting edge trends
 in his own inimitable style.
 For a short time in 1998 he worked at Toni & Guy,
 followed by a stint as Co-Creative Director
 for Bumble and Bumble in 1999.
 Soon after this he was approached to join
 the Vidal Sassoon team as Editorial Director.
 He was recently Creative Director for Tecni.
 Art/L’Oreal Professionnel.

 Eugene has worked on shows such as
 D&G, Dolce & Gabbana, Moschino, Alberta Ferretti,
 Dries Van Noten, Celine, Chanel, Chloe,
 Ann Demeulemeester, Clements Ribeiro, Donna Karan,
 Nicole Farhi, Louis Vuitton, Menichetti,
 Sonia Rykiel, Narciso Rodriguez, Paul Smith,
 Rick Owens, Ralph Lauren, Yohji Yamamoto, Y's,
 Y3, BCBG, Givenchy, Martine Sitbon, DSquared,
 Krizia, Kenzo, Antonio Berardi, Lanvin, Issey Miyake,
 Stella McCartney, Viktor & Rolf, Valentino,
 Hermes and Hussein Chalayan.
 His unique talent for interpreting designers'ideas
 into a concrete vision complimenting the clothes
 lends him to be in constant demand.

 He is a regular contributor to the most influential
 of fashion magazines including:
 Italian Vogue, British Vogue, French Vogue, US Vogue,
 L’Uomo Vogue, Numero, Self Service, i-D Magazine,
 Arena, Arena Homme Plus, W, Harper’s Bazaar,
 V Magazine, Another Magazine, Dazed and Confused
 and the New York Times.

 The list of photographers he has worked with reads
 like a Who’s who of photography:
 Craig McDean, Steven Meisel,
 Inez Van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin, Paolo Roversi,
 Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, Sean Ellis, Irving Penn,
 Richard Avedon, Peter Lindbergh, Satoshi, Fabien Baron,
 Jean-Baptiste Mondino, Mario Testino, Richard Burbridge,
 Richard Bush and Solve Sundsbo, with whom he has worked
 with on numerous advertising campaigns including:
 Givenchy, Fendi, Alberta Ferretti, Guerlain, Jil Sander,
 Moschino, Lanvin, Hermes, Yohji Yamamoto, Calvin Klein,
 Versus, Narciso Rodriguez, Balenciaga, Donna Karan,
 Emanuel Ungaro, Giorgio Armani Cosmetics,
 Rimmel and the Gap.

 Eugene recently collaborated with Dinos and Jake Chapman
 on an art exhibition called ‘The Art of Chess’
 where he individually styled the hair of each chess figure.

 In addition,
 Eugene headed the styling for the Fashion Rocks Charity event,
 benefiting The Prince’s Trust.
 He oversaw 80 assistants,
 doing fashion presentations of designers Alexander McQueen,
 Calvin Klein, Christian Dior, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci,
 YSL and many others.

 Eugene is currently based in London
 and works extensively between New York, London,
 Milan and Paris.



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